Chemistry

Responses

1

Name of the Department

Chemistry

2

Year of Establishment

1971

3

Number of Teachers sanctioned and present position

08

03+01

4

Number of Administrative Staff

Nil

5

Number of Technical Staff

2+2

6

Number of Teachers and Students

3+1

120+7

7

Demand Ratio (No. of seats : No. of applications)

1:4

8

Ratio of Teachers to Students

1:20

9

Number of research scholars who had their master’s degree from other institutions

Nil

10

The year when the curriculum was revised last

2008 - 2009

11

Number of students passed NET/SLET etc. (last two years)

Nil

12

Success Rate of students (What is the pass percentage as compared to the University average?

15%

13

University Distinction/ Ranks

Nil

14

Publications by faculty (last 5 years)

18

15

Awards and recognition received by faculty (last five years)

Nil

16

Faculty who have Attended National and International Seminars (last five years)

Dr.A.Rajendran
Dr.P,palanisamy

17
12

17

Number of National and International seminars organized (Last five years)

Nil

18

Number of teachers engaged in consultancy and the revenue generated

Nil

19

Number of Ongoing projects and its total outlay

2

20

Research projects completed during last two & its total outlay

Nil

21

Number of inventions and patents

Nil

22

Number of Ph. D theses guided during the last two years

Nil

23

Number of Books in the Departmental Library, if any

1275+190

24

Number of Journals/Periodicals

2

25

Number of Computers

2

26

Annual Budget

Rs 50000/
75,000


Introduction

The Department of Chemistry, Sir Theagaraya College, Chennai – 21, was established in the year 1971, with the sole vision of imparting value and quality education with special emphasis on ethical values of human life. It offers CHEMISTRY main to over 150 students for whom Physics and Maths/Zoology form the Allied subjects during their I and II years of studies respectively. The Department of Chemistry also offers Ancillary subjects in Chemistry to around 200 students of disciplines such as Zoology, Botany, Physics and Mathematics. In addition, it takes pride in offering M.Sc Chemistry to its Evening College students. It is a well knitted and the most sought after department with adequate facilities. It has, at present 3 (in place of 8) dynamic, dedicated, young and vibrant faculty members, who strive hard to imparting good & quality education to the students, besides engaging themselves in active research. The Departmental library has to about 1500 books at the disposal of the students. Here, in the Department of Chemistry, in addition to regular classroom teaching of the subjects, in order to enhance the awareness levels, overall competencies and socio economic status of the students & make them responsible citizens, field visits and sensitization of students to global concerns are being done through value education


Placements

Name Placement

Dr. R. Ilango

Assistant Professor & Head

Dr. A. Rajendran

Assistant Professor

Dr. P. Pazhanisamy

Assistant Professor


1.Faculty Profile - adequacy and competency of faculty

The MISSION is to practice Social concern and uplift the standards of living of these students by educating the socially neglected, poverty sticken, deprived and disadvantaged lot of this part of Chennai and help them capable of facing the challenges outside and become employable, while the VISION is to strive hard in imparting value and quality education with special emphasis on ethical values of human life.

Department of Chemistry, the well knitted and the most sought after Department in the College by the +2 qualified students for admissions, residing in and around Chennai and elsewhere in the state, established in the year 1950, has come a long way to reach this level of achievements. With around five teaching positions left vacant, there are 3 dynamic, enthusiastic, dedicated, workaholic, young, vibrant, Results & Research oriented faculty members sail the ship of Chemistry Department in a well organized, balanced, smooth and successful way with the chief Captain in Dr. R. Ilango. The faculty members of the Department consider imparting good and quality education to the students, as their prime objective and are striving hard towards it. Over and above, the staff of the department is also engaged in active research in terms of UGC projects and guiding research scholars under the “Part time – external” provisions. They evince a good quantum of interest in publishing research articles, attending seminars, symposia, etc., in addition to meeting the academic requirements of the department which is marching towards achieving excellence. To enlist a few, Dr. A. Rajendran, Assistant Professor and Dr. P. Pazhanisamy, Assistant Professor are successful in getting a UGC funded Major Research Project each, to the tune of Rs. 15 Lakhs. They have published quality research articles in reputed, peer reviewed National and International Journals. They have also dedicated themselves in the voluntary services involving students through the NSS units of this college.


a. Total No.of staff in the Department: 03


Sl.No

Name of the Teaching staff

Designation

Qualification

Experience

Age years

Sex

1

Dr.R.Ilango

Assistant Professor & Head

M.Sc., M.Phil., Ph.D

18 yrs

48 yrs

M

2

Dr.A. Rajendran

Assistant Professor

M.Sc., M.Phil., Ph.D

17 yrs

40 yrs

M

3

Dr. P. Pazhanisamy

Assistant Professor

M.Sc., M.Phil., Ph.D

09 yrs

44 yrs

M

Research Profile:

a) Staff members who have been Recognized to Guide Ph.D Programme: Nil
b) Name of the Scholars doing Ph.D under Part-time/full-time Ph.D Programme


Sl.No

Name of the Student

Part Time

Name of the Guide

1

Mr.S. Ramu

Part –time – External *

Dr.A.Rajendran

2

Miss. K. Rajathi

Part –time – External *

Dr.A.Rajendran

3

Miss. T. Varalakshmi

Part –time – External *

Dr.A.Rajendran

4

Mrs. C. Mansiya

Part –time – External *

Dr.A.Rajendran

5

Mr. S. Anbarasan

Part –time – External *

Dr.P.Pazhanisamy

6

Mrs. C. Deepa

Part –time – External *

Dr.P.Pazhanisamy

7

Mrs. R. Chitra

Part –time – External *

Dr.P.Pazhanisamy

8

Mrs. P.Vimala

Part –time – External *

Dr.P.Pazhanisamy

9

Mrs. S. Bharathi

Part –time – External *

Dr.P.Pazhanisamy

10

Mrs. B.A. Brundha

Part –time – External **

Dr.P.Pazhanisamy

11

Mr. T. Madhavan

Part –time – External **

Dr.P.Pazhanisamy

12

Mrs . K. Bharathi Selvanathan

Part –time – External **

Dr.P.Pazhanisamy


* - Bharathiar University ** - Manomaniam Sundaranar University c) No. of Scholars awarded Ph.D Degree under Part-time Ph.D Programme: Nil d) Name of the Scholars awarded Ph.D Degree under Part-time Ph.D Programme : Nil

General Profile:


A. Seminars Conducted : Nil
B. Project
1.Dr.R.Ilango–Nil
2. Dr. A. Rajendran Has a UGC major research project (for a grant of Rs.7,16,800/-) entitled, “Investigation of Ionic Liquids as Efficient and Reusable Reagents for Organic Syntheses under Solvent free conditions: A Novel Green Chemical Approach”.
3. Dr.P.Pazhanisamy Has a UGC major research project (Rs.5.4/Lacs) entitled, “N-tert-amylacrylamide based Nanocomposite Hydrogels”


Infrastructural Related Profile:

A. Class Room:
There are 3 class rooms to accommodate the B.Sc Chemistry students & M.Sc Chemistry students in the E/C. i)R.No.29–IIIChemistry ii)R.No.27–IIChemistry&M.Sc(Eve) iii) Another classroom in the New Block : I Chemistry
B. Books : •The Departmental library has to about 1275 + 190* books to cater to the needs of students of this Department (* - Books in the E/c)
C. Journals: The two journals available with the Department (under project) are: i) Indian Journal of Chemistry – Section B ii) Journal of polymer materials (International)
D. Equipments: The Department of Chemistry possesses the following important equipments, in addition to the normal & routinely required laboratory facilities for use by the students of this Department.

Day College:

Conductivity Bridges Potentiometers
Over Head Projector
Polarimeters
Electronic Balance
Water bath & Shaker
L.C.D Projector
Electric Centrifuge
Computer


Evening College:

Photoelectric Colorimeters Hot Air Oven
Visible Spectrophotometer
Conductivity Bridges
Potentiometers
Polarograph
Electronic balance
Ice Machine
Polarimeters
Computer

Equipments – UGC Projects
1. Below Ambient Temperature Water bath
2. UV – Vis double beam Spectrophotometer

Academic Profile:

A) Orientation/Refresher/Summer Course Attended:


1. Dr. R. Ilango

  • Attended the UGC/ASC sponsored Refresher Course in “ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE”, held from 08.06.2006 to 28.06.2006.
  • Attended the UGC/ASC sponsored Refresher Course in “Bio– Technology”, held from 16.11.2007 to 06.12.2007

2. Dr. A Rajendran

  • Attended the UGC sponsored Orientation course at the University of Madras, held between 01.11.2008 and 28.11.2008.
  • Attended the UGC sponsored Refresher course in Chemistry, at the University of Madras, held from 15.09.2010 to 05.10.2010.

3. Dr. P. Pazhanisamy

  • Orientation course conducted by Madras University (March 2009)
  • Refresher course conducted by Bharathiar University, Coimbatore (Oct 2010)

B) Seminar/Conference Attended/Paper presented:


Dr. R. Ilango
Participated in the one day meeting presided by the Joint Secretary, UGC “to discuss on the college related issues” on 07.08.2010 at the SRM Arts & Science, College, Chennai – 600 203.


Dr. A. Rajendran
Presented an article entitled “Spectroscopic investigation of a few cobalt complexes”, in the International Conference on spectrophysics, Pachaiyappa’s College, during 9-12, Feb 2005. Presented another article entitled “Corrosion and Inhibition studies of commercial mild steel in O.IN HCl using trimethylene tetramine as an inhibitor” in the above conference.


Resented an article entitled, “Regression Analysis” in the International Conference on “Life through Chemistry” during 25-26 Feb.2006 at the P.R.College,Tanjore.
Presented an article entitled “Synthesis and Characterization of a Novel Ionic liquid and its applications in Mannich condensation reactions under solvent free conditions”, at the ICBFBE – 2010, Tanjore, during 25-26 Feb, 2010.

Presented an article entitled, “Electrochemical reduction of cinnamaldehyde in aqueous medium” in the National Seminar on “Recent Trends in Applied Chemistry”, at St. Joseph’s College, Trichy, during 10-11, Jan 2005.

Also presented another article in the above seminar on “A study of the complexes of iron, cobalt, zinc and cadmium with thiocyanate ion and ortho-phenanthroline as ligands” Presented an article entitled, “Effect of organic co solvent hydrophobicity on the aquation of [Cr (en)2 Cl (R.C6 H4 NH2]2+ in binary solvent mixtures where R=H, O-CH3, p – CH3”, in the National Seminar on Novel trends in synthesis, structure, reaction dynamics and biological activities of coordination compounds” during Mar 3-4, 2005, at the Gandhigram Rural Institute, Tamilnadu.

Presented an article on “Analysis of fluoride level in ground water of Manachanallur Taluk, Dental flurorosis survey among school children and defluoridation by adsorption techniques” at the National Conference on pollution abatement through technology development’, Anna University, during Mar 18-19, 2005.

Presented an article entitled, “Adsorption of chromium using egg shell as an adsorbent”, in the above conference. Also presented another article entitled, “Adsorption of lead using egg shell as an absorbent” in the above conference.

Attended the National Conference on Chemistry – the Essential Science of the 21st Century, at the WCC, Chennai during Dec 5-6, 2008.

Presented an article entitled, “Organic Solar Cells – The Next Generation Renewable Energy Sources” at the NESCON – 2009, GNC, Chennai – 42, during 11-13, March 2009. Presented an article entitled, “A Novel Route to Mannich condensation Reactions using an ionic liquid as Green Chemical”, at the UGC sponsored “National Seminar on Chemistry – Current Foucs”, MCC, Chennai – 59, on 24th March 2010.

Presented the following four articles in the UGC sponsored National Conference on Green Technology – “reen Tech 09”, held at the NGM College, Pollachi, Tamilnadu during Feb 18-19, 2010.

A Facile Tandem Protocol for the crossed Aldol Condensation in SiO2.OSO3H ionic liquid under solventless condition. Applicability of SiO2.OSO3H , an excellent Green Catalyst for the Efficient Esterification Reaction under solventless conditions. A Facile Green Esterification Reaction using an Ionic liquid under solvent free condition. Applicability of an Ionic liquid in the Removal of Chromium from Tannery Effluents – A Green Chemical Appraoch.

Presented an article entitled, “Effective dye degradation of Acid Red - 131 by Fenton and Photofenton treatment”, in the UGC sponsored National Seminar on pioneering areas in Chemistry at the D.A. College, Tamilnadu.

Dr. P.Pazhanisamy

International Conference on Nanomaterials: Synthesis, Characterization and Applications (ICN-2010) April 27-29 (2010) at Kottayam Kerala (2 papers).

National Conference on Materials: Nano to Macro Dimensionally and their varied applications Jan 28029 (2010) at M.S. University, Tirunelvelli (1 paper).

International Conference on Advances in Polymer Science and Technology (Poly 2008) Jan 28-31 (2008) IIT New Delhi (2 papers)

National Conference on Advances in surface and interface analysin (ASIA 2007) Dec. 13&14 (2007) at Periyar University, Salem (2 papers)

Recent Advances in Polymer Materials (Macro 2009) March 9-11 (2009) at IIT Madras, Chennai (1 paper)

National Conference on Chemistry WCC Chennai. International Rubber Conference & Exhibition (17C 2010)

Nov.17-19, 2010 at Mumbai (1 paper) National Conference on new trends in Chemistry to be held on 2 & 3 Dec 2010 at Bharathiar University (Accepted) (2 papers)



C) Publications:

Dr. R. Ilango : Nil

Dr. A. Rajendran

A.Rajendran, Applicability of an ionic liquid in the removal of chromium from tannery effluents – a green chemical approach, African Journal of Pure and Applied Chemistry, 4(6), 2010, 100-103.

A.Rajendran, K.Anbalagan, Kinetics of thermal substitution reactions of some chromium (III) –alkyl amine complexes in mixed solvent media, African Journal of Pure and Applied Chemistry, 4(7), 2010, 110-130.

A.Rajendran, K.Anbalagan, Kinetics of thermal substitution reactions of some chromium (III) –alkyl amine complexes in mixed solvent media, African Journal of Pure and Applied Chemistry, 4(7), 2010, 110-130.

A.Rajendran, K.Anbalagan, Photo reactivity differences of [CrIII (N-N) 3]3+and [CrIII (N-N)2RCl]2+ complex ions in aqua-methanol/1,4-dioxane mixed solvents, Journal of Photochemistry and Photobiology A: Chemistry,182 (2006),128-136

A.Rajendran, V.Violet Dhayabaran, T.Vasudevan, Electrochemical behavior of 1,3-Diaminopropane-N,N,N’,N’-tetraacetic acid on the corrosion of commercial mild steel in 1.0 M HCl, Bulletin of Electrochemistry, 22(3), (2006),117-121.

A.Rajendran, V.Violet Dhayabaran, P.Suganya, Inhibitive action of Tryptophan on the corrosion of commercial mild steel in 1.0 M HCl, Bulletin of Electrochemistry,22(1),(2006),43-48.

A.Rajendran, V.Violet Dhayabaran, T.Vasudevan, Electrochemical Studies on Corrosion behavior of Commercial Mild Steel in 1M HCl in presence of Leucine, Transactions of the SAEST, 41 (2005), 08-11.

A.Rajendran, V.Violet Dhayabaran, J.Rosaline Vimala, A.Anandha Kumar, Hexamine as Inhibitor for the Corrosion of Mild Steel in Acid Medium, Transactions of the SAEST, 40 (2005), 134-138.



Dr. P. Pazhanisamy

P. Pazhanisamy, M.Ariff and Q. Anwaruddin, J. Appl.Polym.Sci, 98, 1100 – 1105 (2005)

P. Pazhanisamy and B.S.R. Reddy, Express Polym, Lett 1(6), 391-396 (2007)

P. Pazhanisamy and B.S.R. Reddy, express Polym Lett 1 (11), 740 – 747 (2007)

P. Pazhanisamy etal, Rasayan J.Chem 3 (3), 571 - 575 (2010)

P. Pazhanisamy etal, Rasayan J. Chem 3(3), 576 – 580 (2010)

P. Pazhanisamy etal, International J. Chemtech Res 2(3) (2010)

B.A. Brundha and P. Pazhanisamy, International J.Chem.Tech. Res, 2(4), 2192 – 2197 (2010)

P. Jeyanthi and P. Pazhanisamy, Rasayan J.Chem 3(2), 214 – 220 (2010)

P. Pazhanisamy etal, International J.Chem.Tech. Res. 2(4) 1871 – 1880 (2010)

P. Jeyanthi and P. Pazhanisamy, International J.Chem.Tech.Res 2(2), 1020-1025 (2010)

P. Jeyanthi and P. Pazhanisamy, International J.Chem.Tech. Res 2(2), 1170 – 1175 (2010)



D) Workshop/ Round table Attended

Dr. R. Ilango : Nil

Dr. A. Rajendran

Attended the two days workshop on “Emerging trends in Green Chemistry’ during Feb 5-6, 2010 at the Adhiyaman College of Engineering, Hosur, TamilNadu.

Attended TANSCHE and UGC sponsored workshop on “Curriculum Development and Evaluation”, organized by the ASC, Bharathidasan University, during 9-11, March 2006.

Dr. P. Pazhanisamy Attended a workshop at IIT, Madras on “Infra Red Spectroscopy” (2009) Attended another workshop at IIT, Madras on SEM/TEM, 2010



E) Distinctions : Nil

F) Resource Person


Dr. R. Ilango: Nil
Dr. A. Rajendran


  • Quiz Master – Intercollegiate Quiz – GNC, Chennai – 42.
  • Chair Person – UGC – National Conference on Green Technology, NGM College, Tamilnadu.
  • Resource person for the Department of Industrial Chemistry, Karaikudi


G) Examination work:G) Examination work:


Dr. R. Ilango

  • Examiner for Theory and Practical Exams.

Dr. A. Rajendran

  • Examiner for Theory and Practical Exams

Dr. P. Pazhanisamy

  • Examiner for Theory and Practical Exams
  • External Examiner – Ph.D viva voce Exam, DKM College,Tiruvalluvar University, Vellore.

H) Membership in Academic Bodies:

Dr. R. Ilango

  • Life Member – “Indian Association of Analytical Scientists”
  • Life Member – “Indian Association of Biomedical Scientists”
  • Life Member – Member - “College Council, UGC Committee and DisciplineCommittee of the College.

Dr. A. Rajendran

  • Member – College Council, Placement cell & NAAC Committee of the College.
  • Had been a member of board of studies, Department of Chemistry, Bishop Heeber College, till 27.03.2007

Dr.P.Pazhanisamy

  • Member – College Council till 31.03.2010

2.Student Profile - Student profile – entry level competencies, socioeconomic status, language proficiency etc.,

In order to enhance the overall competencies, socio economic status, language proficiencies, etc. of this lot of students who lack it and make them complete, committed and responsible citizens of this great nation, in addition to regular class room teaching involving curriculum, they are also imparted with knowledge on soft skills, value education, etc. They are also sensitized with the environmental issues that the globe in facing, then and there.


A) Students Strength


Academic Year 2008 – 09

Classes

Total

Community wise Total

Sex wise Total

OC

BC

BC

SC

ST

Boys

Girls

I, II, III B.Sc
III B.Sc *

13515

__ __

196

335

794

4__

9710

385

M.Sc *
I & II year

23

__

13

6

4

__

17

6

Total

173

__

38

44

87

4

124

49

Percentage

0%

21.96%

25.43%

50.29%

2.31%

71.67%

28.32%



Academic Year 2010 – 11
Classes Total Community wise Total Sex wise Total
OC BC MBC SC ST Boys Girls
I, II, III B.Sc 120 3 19 24 73 1 97 23
I M.Sc * 17 1 7 5 4 __ 14 3
Total 137 4 26 29 77 1 111 26
Percentage 2.91% 18.97% 21.16% 56.20% 0.72% 81.02% 18.97%

* - Evening College



3.Changes made in the courses or programmes during the past two years and the contribution of the faculty to those changes
An enormous amount of changes has been effected in the curriculum by the university based on the recommendations of the UGC, in order to match the job market prevailing and make the students employable in all respects. In the light of these changes, the faculty members strive hard, equip themselves time and again, so as to provideto the student community with what they want. Such changes in the courses, gives the students an opportunity to have hands – on training to understand the concepts better. It also provides them with opportunities for field work, industrial visits, etc, involving teachers, in addition to routine class room teaching of the subject

4.Trends in the success and dropout rates of students during the past two years
Keeping in mind the idea of “Education for all” the department of Chemistry ensures minimum drop outs and maximum successrecent statistics in terms of students got enrolled and the drop outs indicate a much improvement in enrolment and very minimal drop outs when compared with a few years back. In order to keep the scenario intact, repeated practical classes are conducted along with periodic tests and seminars. In addition, remedial classes are also conducted in both theory and practicals in order to encourage and ensure the below average & average students and slow learners.

5.Learning resources of the departments - library, computers, laboratories and other resources
In terms of Educational resources, for the two way process of effective teaching and learning, the department has adequate laboratory facilities such as workspace [student/lab space ratio,] glasswares, chemicals, equipments and a well equipped departmental library, in addition to the central library of the college. The departmental library has to about 1300 books at the UG level with both lending and reference options to students. It also has an advanced computer at its disposal for use by both teachers and students

6.Modern teaching methods practiced and use of ICT in teaching learning
In addition to the regular & routine but still effective Chalk and Talk method of teaching, the department strongly believes in the exploration and exploitation of modern tools for the effective communication and better teaching. It owns and uses a very advanced LCD projector with both pen drive and laptop options for classroom teaching, in addition to using an overhead projector sparsely. With LCD, use of animation enabled power point presentation for diagrams, tables, flow charts, numerical problems, derivations, complex and complicated concepts, etc. helps the students to understand anything and everything with ease and help them in a big way to become thorough knowledge wise. It has molecular models, that will enable the students to understand the 3-D spacial arrangement of atoms in molecules. It also has models for crystal structures and charts depicting periodic classification of elements, shapes of orbitals, hybridization, first aid procedures, etc. With these, it is hoped strongly that these students have an edge over others in terms of competences from the learning perspective. Over and above, getting suggestions, constructive ideas, if any, as feedback from students, always form a part and parcel of teaching by the faculty of this department. Field visits and sensitization of students to various global concerns such as terrorism, human rights, environmental degradation, global warming, green house effect, ozone layer depletion, etc through value education by the staff of this department, help the students largely to become aware of such menace and involve themselves in curbing them to the extent possible and thus help the students, lead a sustainable life.

7.Participation of teachers in academic and personal counseling of students
Students, when they seem to be sluggish, getting destracted and irregular to the classes, they are identified by the respective class teacher in-charge. Then, with proper personal counselling, they are directed appropriately to be back to the main stream. They are also encouraged to take up competitive exams, quiz programs, etc. in order to meet the requirements of today’s competitive world, in addition to imparting curricular knowledge involving repeated practical classes, periodic tests, remedial classes, seminars etc 8.Details of faculty development programmes and teachers who have been benefited during the past two years In order to fine tune oneself and to be in pace with the current scenario in the field of Chemistry, the faculty members equip themselves by attending the various UGC sponsored orientation and refresher courses as and when there is a possibility. Dr. A. Rajendran and Dr. P. Pazhanisamy had attended the UGC sponsored orientation courses during the year 2008 – 09. Dr. A. Rajendran, Assistant Professor had also attended a UGC sponsored refresher Course in Chemistry, entitled “Recent Trends in Chemistry”, at the University of Madras from 15.09.2010 to 05.10.2010.

9.Participation / contribution of teachers to the academic activities including teaching , consultancy and research
Staff members of this department besides hectic academic activities and research, are also engaged in consultancy in the form of rendering technical and conceptual aids whenever sought by the Aluminus of this department who are in industries and other general public.

10.Collaboration with other departments/ institutions, at the State,National and International levels, and their outcome during the past two years
The Department of Chemistry, in its march towards achieving excellence, has close association with premier and frontier institutes like the IIT, University of Madras, Central Leather Research Institute, CSIR Unit, Taramani etc. in order to gain intellectually by both student and teacher community.

11.Priority areas for Research and details of the ongoing projects, important and noteworthy publications of the faculty, during past two years
The priority areas of Research of this department include “Green Chemistry”, “Polymer Chemistry” and “Nano Science”. Dr. A. Rajendaran, Assistant Professor has an UGC assisted Major Research Project in progress & Dr. P. Pazhnisamy has another Major Research Project funded by the UGC. They have published 5 and 4 research articles respectively in reputed, peer reviewed international journals, to their credit.

12.Placement record of the past students and the contribution of the department to aid student placements
None of the students who complete their degrees in chemistry remain jobless until today. With proper directions, guidance, advice and motivation from the members of faculty, meritorious students, in spite of stiff competition and tough selection procedures, are placed in leading IT firms and Industries as R & D chemists & Analytical Chemists in Q & C. In the case of some students, keeping their potentials towards higher studies in mind, they are helped to get admitted in PG courses in Chemistry in the premier institutions and colleges, in and around Chennai. Placements of the students are effected and in turn, the students’ families’ monetary requirements are facilitated primarily by the department itself, based on the requests made by various firms to the department. Campus interviews, whenever possible are also arranged for this purpose. It is also done often by the placement cell of the college.

13.Plan of action of the department for the next five years
In the days to come, all out efforts will be made, involving one’s all strength and resources and no stone will be left unturned to see that the department of Chemistry performs still better in all the quarters day-by-day, achieves excellence, registers records and glitters in glory.



Staff Details


Dr. R. Ilango, M.Sc., M.Phil., Ph.D
Head of the Department

Asst.Prof.

Dr. A. Rajendran, M.Sc., M.Phil., Ph.D.,

Asst.Prof.

Dr. P. Pazhanisamy, M.Sc., M.Phil., Ph.D

Asst.Prof.







Mrs.Sudariszhi, M.sc., M.Phil Asst.Prof.

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